By Rona Munro.
At last, the true story can be told of Robert the Bruce and his encounter with that spider on the eve of battle with the English.
Veteran comedian Stanley Baxter plays the role of Scotland's greatest monarch - portrayed in this sharply observed comedy by award winning writer Rona Munro as self-obsessed, selfish, demanding, rather spoilt, and with a pretty bad case of arachnaphobia. Hugh Ross plays the hermit who sorts the wayward monarch out and saves the day.
Press reviews for past series:
'Brilliant.. with the veteran Baxter still hitting all the notes faultlessly. Perfect listening." - Radio Times
"Writer Rona Munro turns tragedy inside out to brilliant comic effect." - Daily Telegraph
"The seemingly indestructible Glasgow funny man triumphs again." - The Times
Directed by Marilyn Imrie
A Catherine Bailey production for BBC Radio 4.
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